1. mccornwall's Avatar
    When I'm sitting at my desk at work, I like to leave the phone plugged in. I often listen to music thru it. However this new G2 has the annoying habit of making a noise and notification every 10 seconds while plugged in asking me to unplug it when it is fully charged. I know it's fully charged...that's why I plugged it in...to keep it that way. But I can't even listen to music without be-boop literally every 10-15 seconds. (And I mean to use the word literally...meaning literally not figuratively). Does anyone know how to turn this off.? It's worse than the mommy-state volume reduction that happens when I plug it into my AUX input in may car and having to run it back up where I f'ing left it and wanted it. I need a f'ing phone, not a nanny. Anyone? Thanks.
    01-02-2014 01:12 PM
  2. mikebear's Avatar
    I do the same thing, leave it plugged in a lot - the desk and car, I get that notification once, it disappears by it self and it NEVER comes back again until I unplug and plug it in again.
    01-02-2014 02:15 PM
  3. mccornwall's Avatar
    I don't seem to get it in the car and it seems to go away when the screen goes dark, but as long as the screen is lit in here I get it. I wonder if the connector here at work is bad and it is connecting and disconnecting with vibrations. ...grasping at straws here.
    01-02-2014 02:40 PM
  4. Aredubu's Avatar
    I turned off "Notifications" in the setting menu under sounds.
    01-04-2014 03:07 AM
  5. ShinyTop's Avatar
    The same thing happened to me yesterday while playing a game while it was plugged in. My analysis is the message comes up when the phone is fully charged. The phone quits accepting the charge until it drops and the it starts charging and repeats the message. Since it only comes and goes during high discharge programs with the screen on I think that might be what is happening. IMHO
    01-04-2014 05:24 PM
  6. mccornwall's Avatar
    I'm sitting here with a video podcast playing thru MX Player. It's plugged intop power to keep that from dropping the battery too much. It was bonking and telling me to unplug the power cord to save energy. It was doing it every 2 seconds...in fact it would be in the midst of one and it would interrupt itself to do the same notification. For some reason now it has stopped and it it fully charged. Tell me fricken once and then go the f! away. I haven't found a way to get it to stop doing this...there is no setting. The auto vvolume reduction when plugging into the aux on my car stereo is also something I haven't found a way to stop either. I don't need a phone telling me how loud I should set MY volume.
    01-20-2014 10:48 AM
  7. sbudaj's Avatar
    I am looking for a way to turn off the battery charged notification as well.

    To fix the volume reduction problem, I found an app called Hearing Saver and it does exactly what you need.


    Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk
    01-20-2014 11:05 AM
  8. SactoKingsFan's Avatar
    The battery notification is easy to disable if the phone is rooted.

    Sent from my rooted LG-G2 using Tapatalk
    01-21-2014 01:09 AM
  9. somnambulator's Avatar
    The battery notification is easy to disable if the phone is rooted.

    Sent from my rooted LG-G2 using Tapatalk
    Thanks for telling us it's easy, but not providing a link or describing the process.
    01-28-2014 12:00 AM
  10. SactoKingsFan's Avatar
    Thanks for telling us it's easy, but not providing a link or describing the process.
    (1) get Xposed Framework, (2) install disable fully charged module, (3) enable module, (4) reboot
    01-28-2014 12:21 AM
  11. somnambulator's Avatar
    (1) get Xposed Framework, (2) install disable fully charged module, (3) enable module, (4) reboot
    thansk, looking at xposed now
    01-28-2014 12:30 AM
  12. Rugenstat's Avatar
    G2 Xposed module can do it too, along with a bunch of other notifications to disable. It's available in play store. You do need root to install it like any other xposed module.
    02-06-2014 03:39 PM

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